Saturday, 4 April , 2020

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The new left economics: how a network of thinkers is transforming...

After decades of rightwing dominance, a transatlantic movement of leftwing economists is building a practical alternative to neoliberalism. By Andy Beckett 25 June 2019 For almost...

A real threat: A very British coup

By Rob Sewell 26 Sep 2019 In his 1987 book, Spycatcher, Peter Wright confirmed that Harold Wilson, the former Labour prime minister, was...

How colonial violence came home: the ugly truth of the first...

The Great War is often depicted as an unexpected catastrophe. But for millions who had been living under imperialist rule, terror and degradation were...

The Divisions of Cyprus, by Perry Anderson

24 April 2008 Enlargement, widely regarded as the greatest single achievement of the European Union since the end of the Cold War, and occasion...

Cyprus: USA and Israel vs. Greeks and Russia

An article by Brendan O'Malley   Anyone interested in the recent history of Cyprus and in the role played by foreign powers in the Cyprus problem...

The Divisions of Cyprus, by Perry Anderson

Firsta published at 24 April 2008 www.lrb.co.uk By Perry Anderson Enlargement, widely regarded as the greatest single achievement of the European Union since the end of the...

Britain in Cyprus

  By William Mallinson, ex-British Diplomat, Professor of Political Ideas and Institutions at Universita Guglielmo Marconi As the latest neurotic and frenetic round of negotiations about...

The Divisions of Cyprus, by Perry Anderson

Enlargement, widely regarded as the greatest single achievement of the European Union since the end of the Cold War, and occasion for more or less unqualified self-congratulation, has left one inconspicuous thorn in the palm of Brussels. The furthest east of all the EU’s new acquisitions, even if the most prosperous and democratic, has been a tribulation to its establishment, one that neither fits the uplifting narrative of the deliverance of captive nations from Communism, nor furthers the strategic aims of Union diplomacy, indeed impedes them.